Dissertations and Theses: Statistics Program

Below you will find the dissertations and theses of the Statistics Graduate Program produced and defended on IMECC starting on year 2000. You can filter the output by program, year, and level.

Student Title Program Date
Darcy Gabriel Augusto de Camargo Cunha One-dimensional random interlacements Statistics 21/11/2017
Nicolás Alberto Moreno Reyes Large deviation for the cover time and cover level. Statistics 21/11/2017
Maurício Henrique Morelli "Analysis of correlated counting data using a bayesian approach" Statistics 28/04/2017
Murilo Soares Pinheiro "Change-point detection with applications in genetics" Statistics 21/03/2017
Victor de Andrade Corder "A bivariate Birnbaum-Sanders regression model based on FGM copula" Statistics 09/03/2017
Jose Alejandro Ordoñez Cuastumal "PREDICTION AND DIAGNOSTICS IN SPATIAL CENSORED REGRESSION MODELS USING THE CENSSPATIAL PACKAGE." Statistics 03/03/2017
Luiz Carlos dos Santos Ferreira Júnior On the use of performance measures and multivariate GARCH models in the construction of portfolios Statistics 15/12/2016
Edgar Javier Lopez Moreno Modeling Censored Data Using Finite Mixtures of Studente-t Distributions Statistics 12/12/2016
Fernanda Lang Schumacher Censored regression models with autoregressive errors Statistics 04/11/2016
José Roberto Silva dos Santos Contributions to the study of longitudinal Item Response Theory Data Statistics 25/10/2016
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